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Google Play Music is one of the better music streaming services out there, but it’s always come with one major caveat when comparing to other platforms. Unlike Spotify and Apple Music, which offer monthly family plans for households with multiple users, Play Music has only ever offered one flat monthly subscription fee for users. According to some recent information obtained by Android Police, that’s all going to change starting tomorrow.

At the big Nexus event, which is taking place Tuesday, September 29th, Google will reportedly unveil a new family plan option for subscribers of Google Play Music. The subscription will cost users $14.99 per month and will include unlimited music streaming for up to six different accounts. For comparison, Spotify’s family plan costs $29.99 per month for just five users, while Apple Music’s family plan costs the exact same as Google’s rumored plan.

Not only will this new plan be announced tomorrow, it’s rumored to be made available starting tomorrow as well. We’ll of course bring you more information when the official announcement takes place.

Would you be interested in a $15/month family plan for Play Music?

Source: Android Authority